Just install you extenstion and did the following:
ctrl + shift + p => list gems => "gems not found"
For rvm gemset i have 700 access and my env:
The same problem in just one of my projects.
OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.3
@Funfun @ekurennyy are you guys using a gemset with your project? Apparently that's not supported by this plugin yet. I'm watching the repo, but I've actually uninstalled this since it isn't usable to me without that.
I'm using gemset for these projects. But I have this issue only on the laptop. The same settings for this project on another Mac works really good.
P.S. Settings are the same.
It's never worked for me and isn't supported:
Hi @Funfun, until you confirm whether you're using gemsets or not we can't really know what's happenning, sorry :(.
@brandonblack @ekurennyy we've had issues with rvm gemsets because we have not been able to "load rvm" from the python subprocess when a gemset is present. (https://github.com/NaN1488/sublime-gem-browser/blob/master/SublimeGemBrowser.py#L55)
We haven't been able to find a way around this issue, so until we do, we can't really support gemsets. If you have a deeper understanding of rvm and/or can give us a hand or at least point us in the right direction, we might be able to solve this. Thanks!
I just installed the plug-in and it isn't working for me, either, on two different projects. Both are on Mac OS X 10.8.3, rbenv 0.4.0.
First project: Ruby 1.9.3, Rails 3.2, Bundler 1.2.1
Second project: Ruby 2.0, Rails 4 beta, Bundler 1.3.0
In both cases, I simply get "gems not found". I didn't do anything out of the ordinary when bundling either of these projects.
Hey @sjmadsen could you tell me where have you installed rbenv and bundler? (Run which bundle)
rbenv is installed in /usr/local/bin and Bundler with gem install (so it lives under ~/.rbenv/versions with a shim in ~/.rbenv/shims, and the latter is in my $PATH).
well last night I added a commit that should make it work if you have bundler in ~/.rbenv/shims, mmm... When did you install this plugin? Could you try reinstalling? Thanks.
I just installed this morning and I have that commit. My install does not have a ~/.rbenv/bin directory, but rather ~/.rbenv/shims. I'm fairly certain that shims is the normal place and I didn't do anything to use that name.
@bbonamin this package was configured in Package Control to be pulled form stable branch, so please make sure your commit is merged into that branch. Otherwise package control will not see this commit and everyone will still get the old version from Dec 19, 2012.
Woah it's great that you noticed that @nnc, I didn't remember about that setting. The fix is on stable now so it should be picked up by Package Control. Thanks.
So maybe now @sjmadsen if you reinstall it should work for you.
Yes, that fixed it. Thanks!
That's awesome! I'll close this bug as the OP hasn't responded.
Sorry, just was busy. Thanks for fix!